NTU Singapore cements 3D printing research with sustainable fly ash geopolymer

NTU Singapore cements 3D printing research with sustainable fly ash geopolymer

Moving into Industry 4.0 and the age of cyber physical systems, digital construction is on the rise. Across manufacturing, the use of greener, more efficient materials is also of paramount concern. “Considering the current importance digital construction,” states a recent study from the Singapore Centre for 3D Printing at Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) “it is believed that 3D printing of geopolymer could be a breakthrough for faster and sustainable built environment.” Choose to reuse The NTU Singapore team has created a geopolymer cement using waste fly ash particles. Produced as a by-product of the the coal combustion process, […]

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